Papa shirandula wilbroda real name is Jacqueline Nyaminde . She is a Kenyan comedian ,actress and Radio Presenter. She is very popular in the TV show papa shirandula where she acts as wife of main actor papa shirandula.
Wilbroda grew up in Nairobi West, Lang’ata and Rongai. Since her childhood, she has always been a darling to many.“I had a normal childhood. We were neither rich nor poor,” she said.
Jacqueline says Charles Bukeko, alias Papa Shirandula, approached her with a script for the ‘Wilbroda’ character.Despite having reservations at first, she accepted after much persuasion.She narrated: “I used to do a lot of Luo plays at the Kenya National Theatre. So when Charles Bukeko approached me with a script of a Luo woman character, I auditioned.”
Adding: “He gave me the script which I initially wasn’t keen on. But Charles insisted I go through it. I read it, and I was like wow! The Wilbroda woman in the script is me! We later started shooting and it’s been eight years since. Wilbroda is not going anywhere anytime soon.”
Education: She attended Kongoni and Uhuru Gardens Primary Schools in Nairobi for her primary education and Koru
She is also a seasoned thespian and singer. She has participated in the World Music Theater Festival in Holland, Belgium and Italy back in 2006, the Sauti za Busara Music Festivals in Zanzibar alongside afro fusion musicians Makadem and Olith Ratego in 2008 and also at the Fest Horn Music Festival in Djibouti , also with Makadem in 2009
She was married but is now separated with the baby daddy of her child by the name Francis Ngira.Photos of her baby daddy are all over the Internet and she is not ashamed of the fact that they are separated.
Wilbroda has said that when the right man comes along she will introduce him to the world.
WILBRODA SON AND BABY DADDY
Jacquey has a six year old son, Xola, but she does not define herself as a single mother. “I am only a single mum because I live with my son but his dad (Francis Ngira) is his best friend. He supports me financially and we are in it together. When we broke up, there was a lot of bitterness which is normal but now we are good friends and we even go to school functions together.” when interviewed by the standard.
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She comes from the Kisii community and not from Luo Nyanza.
She is the first born in a family of 6 and was raised and brought up in Nairobi.
She said that her late father encouraged her in her acting Career an she owes everything to him.
She thespian has been reaping large from her talent and she is able to drive in a German machine. e said that she drives a 5 million car and she is not ashamed of it since few years ago she could not afford a bicycle.
What do you do in your spare time? Watch movies especially documentaries, travelling and cooking
What accomplishment are you most proud of? Being a mother.
How will people remember you? That I loved children very much
What’s your greatest fear? To wake up one day and not be able to do the things I love most.
Who do you look up to? Caroline Mutoko because she is a woman of strength, a go-getter and never minces her words.
WILBRODA HOUSEHELP HIV POSITIVE
Actress Jacky Nyaminde, popularly known as Wilbroda, has given a heart wrenching narration of how her HIV positive nanny used to breastfeed her baby to soothe him.
In an interview with Citizen TV over the weekend, she revealed how she was one day called by a neighbour (who refused to disclose her name) to tell of the house help’s secret breastfeeding sessions with the toddler.
The neighbour had been tipped by another house help.
Wilbroda was told how the house help would breastfeed her son so as to calm him down when he was crying.
The actress however did not reveal how she came to establish that the house help was HIV+. However, blood tests on her son indicated that he had not been infected by the deadly virus.
Wilbroda fired the house help soon after.
“I don’t think she did that intentionally because really if it was to infect my son then there were easier ways of doing it because she was not even a lactating mother herself,” said Wilbroda in the interview.
On whether employers should get their house helps tested for HIV, she said it is important for everyone to get tested, but the tests can not be forced on house helps.